Suffield, Connecticut, is a beautiful rural town on the west bank of the Connecticut River, approximately 20 minutes north of Hartford, CT, and ten minutes south of Springfield, Massachusetts. Originally founded in 1670 as "Southfield", MA, the town was annexed to Connecticut in 1749 and has a current population of just over 14,000.
If you are arriving in Connecticut through Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, follow signs to route 75 and follow it north; once you pass the northern runway, you are in Suffield. The town remains predominantly agricultural, with the landscape spotted with tobacco and dairy farms. Of particular note is the 4.3-mile stretch of Main Stre...Read More